Football is immaterial in a world changed forever by the global pandemic. That hardly needs to be stated.
Defeat to Sheffield United might just have provided clues to a shift in Daniel Farke’s thinking for the Premier League end game.
Daniel Farke was pitch perfect in his dissection of Norwich City’s Premier League woes after defeat at Sheffield United. But the tune still has a mournful refrain.
We know Daniel Farke wants to stay at Norwich City. Now the head coach must work out who stays with him.
Daniel Farke might have had another reason for keeping Emi Buendia in reserve against Newcastle and Liverpool.
Cut adrift at the bottom. Applauded from the field. The final act of Norwich City’s Premier League quest is proving a disorientating mix of emotions.
It might feel like Jurgen Klopp was damning Norwich City with faint praise but it is well worth revisiting his original view on the Canaries.
Inside the corridors of Carrow Road they thought Norwich City marvel Emi Buendia was worth £40m before a ball was even kicked in the Premier League. That looks cheap now.
In the quest for answers to unpick Norwich City’s Premier League problems the danger is one looks in the wrong places.
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